Medical Negligence Settlements Case Results

Injury & Accident Attorneys Serving Oklahoma City, Edmond, Norman & all of Oklahoma

$9,000,000

Plaintiff was rendered a quadriplegic after numerous medical care providers misdiagnosed her condition.

$1,500,000

Plaintiff underwent surgery by an under-qualified surgeon, resulting in a serious leg injury.

$1,250,000

Plaintiff suffered wrongful death after medical negligence.

$1,200,000

Plaintiff died after gall bladder surgery. Case settled for $1,200,000

$1,000,000

Plaintiff underwent an unnecessary and botched surgery to his leg.

$1,000,000

Plaintiff suffered wrongful death after medical negligence.

$1,000,000

Plaintiff’s sixteen month old daughter was admitted to the emergency room with a 104 degree fever. X-rays were ordered thinking the child might have pneumonia. The x-rays were read as normal. The child was discharged four days later. Two days after returning home the child started spitting up blood and bled to death. Autopsy revealed a small hole in the carotid artery and subsequent viewing of x-rays taken in the hospital revealed the child had swallowed a tack. Two x-rays viewed revealed this, but the physicians overlooked it when the child was in the hospital. Parents settled weekend before trial for $1,000,000.

$1,000,000

Plaintiff was a 39-year-old female who developed pre-eclampsia during pregnancy. After she was admitted to the hospital for labor, the pre-eclampsia progressed to a severe degree. Physicians failed to recognize the severe pre-eclampsia and did not administer medication. She died two days later due to a massive cerebral hemorrhage. A healthy baby was delivered by C-section immediately after she suffered the cerebral hemorrhage. Surviving spouse settled shortly prior to trial for $1,000,000.

$900,000

Failure to diagnose. Case settled for $900,000

$750,000

Plaintiff suffered serious injuries after a doctor failed to do a proper arterial bypass.

$450,000

Plaintiff had an artificial hip placement in 1983. In 1991, the Defendant was performing a revision of the artificial right hip. During the surgery, the physician, while using electrocautery, partially burned the sciatic nerve leaving the Plaintiff with a permanent drop foot. Plaintiff was 45-years-old and had worked for the railroad for 19 years. The Plaintiff was off work for 18 months as a result of the injury and he incurred an additional $3,500 in medical expenses. The jury returned a verdict for $450,000.

$375,000

Plaintiff was improperly treated by her pain management physician.

$350,000

Plaintiff suffered medical negligence when an emergency room physician failed to properly diagnose his condition.

$250,000

Plaintiff suffered wrongful death after medical malpractice.

$250,000

Plaintiff sued his carrier for bad faith in not paying his policy limits to the family of a deceased girl in which the Plaintiff caused the death of their daughter in an automobile accident. The Plaintiff settled the case a week prior to trial for $250,000.